Want to know more about Purgatory, the capstone novel of the Shiloh Mystery Series? Effective May 26th all three will be available for your reading pleasure this summer. Visit my Amazon Author Page or if possible, visit your local book retailer and request your copy of any of the three Shiloh Mystery novels.
Or, email me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org and I can arrange for you to order a signed copy of any of my books.
Click the book image below to gain access to the reader pdf docs of your choice for Testament, An Unexpected Return.
Please take a few minutes to leave a review on Amazon or Goodreads, or email me directly. Go to the bookstore tab to find out how to get your copy of Purgatory, A Progeny’s Quest and if you have not yet read Sanctuary, A Legacy of Memories.
Follow the link by clicking the book image to get access to either the complete character list or reader’s study guide in pdf format.
Please do not forget to leave a review on Amazon, Goodreads or email me directly.
Go to the bookstore tab to get your copy of Testament, An Unexpected Return or Purgatory, A Progeny’s Quest.
Also, put Sunday afternoon, January 26th, on your calendar for Hometown Novel Nights – Fourth Sunday at The Monarch House in Newnan.
Come join the residents, their friends, family members, and guests like you. Cozy library setting with door prizes and refreshments served.
2020 Already Offers a Busy Calendar of Events
With one more visit to the Monarch House, December 22nd, Sunday, 2:00 PM, Hometown Novel Nights is blessed to present Mike Nemeth and Holly Moulder to put the final close to our 2019 Calendar of events. Residents, family, and friends at the Monarch House, as well as, guests are welcome to join the audience as Mike and Holly talk about their writing stories and present their books.
To kick-off 2020, January 16th, 6:30 PM – 8:30 PM, come out to Southern Fried Books, 29 Jackson Street, Newnan, GA for an informative introduction to what 2020 will bring to authors and book-lovers alike. Steve McCondichie will talk about publishing trends and book events in the coming months, George Weinstein will be talking about networking as an author and upcoming writer conferences, and Angie Gallion, Scott Ludwig, and Mike Brown will talk about what Hometown Novel Nights has on tap with new venues and workshops.
Want to join a future author panel or know more about an upcoming event? Visit Hometown Novel Nights
Hometown Novel Nights will host a holiday-themed event Dec. 12 at the Newnan Carnegie Library
A special holiday-themed Hometown Novel Nights will take place at the Carnegie Library on Dec. 12 at 6:30 p.m.
Scott Ludwig will moderate the panel of authors, which include T.M. “Mike” Brown, Jedwin Smith and Larissa Reinhart, according to Brown, founder and coordinator of Hometown Novel Nights…
Brown will be speaking on his first two books, “Sanctuary: A Legacy of Mysteries” and “Testament: An Unexpected Return” on the panel… For the rest of the article click image above or here (Laurel Huster, Newnan Times-Herald)
2020 Hometown Novel Nights Preview hosted by Southern Fried Books, 29 Jackson Street, Newnan, GA, January 16th beginning at 6:30 PM.
Guest speakers will be Steve McCondichie, owner of Southern Fried Books and SFK Multimedia LLC; George Weinstein, President of Atlanta Writers Club, Founder of the Atlanta Writers Conference, and author of five novels, including the latest release by SFK Press, “Watch What You Say.” Mike Brown, Angie Gallion, and Scott Ludwig will share the HNN monthly panel lineups already committed for 2020. All authors, writers, and book enthusiasts are invited to attend this informative and interactive program night. Learn what is the latest in the publishing world, author networking, and options to connect with agents and publishers, as well as, Hometown Novel Night vision going forward in 2020. A special event update will be provided at the January program that will impact everyone in attendance… you will want to be on hand to hear the news!
Remember to catch the HNN Radio Program on WQEE Rock the Key 99.1 FM in Newnan, broadcast live the second Tuesday at 9:30 AM and rebroadcast throughout the month. YouTube podcast link of the radio show will be posted on the Hometown Novel Nights Facebook page.
Whenever and wherever I travel outside the local area to attend book events, folks inevitably ask where I’m from. I quickly respond, “Newnan, Georgia is my hometown.” Then I explain, Newnan’s small enough and rich enough in history to remind us of time-lost days, yet big enough to attract visitors from all over. We love it also because Newnan thrives just beyond the shadows of Atlanta where country living is cherished, appreciated, and preserved, yet close enough one can scoot up the interstate to enjoy all Atlanta offers.
Thank you, Newnan.
For those not familiar with historic Newnan, GA, enjoy the recent promotional video about my hometown. For those who have read my Shiloh stories, watch it carefully and you might recognize a few images that you find in my novels…
Just a reminder: Purgatory, A Progeny’s Quest is in production and is coming May 5, 2020!
In the meantime, have you read Sanctuary, A Legacy of Memories (9781641110730) and Testament, An Unexpected Return (9781641110846)? Stop in at your local independent bookstore or anywhere books are sold otherwise for your copies. Get them in time for Christmas and enjoy the “Christmas in Shiloh” settings the books provide at the conclusion of each novel.
Otherwise, stop in at my hometown bookstore: Southern Fried Books in downtown Newnan, GA and they will gladly provide you signed copies of my Shiloh Mystery Novels. They also will ship my books or any of the other myriad of current bestsellers directly to you as well.
Other area bookstores that carry my novels: Horton’s Books & Gifts, Carrollton, GA; Story on the Square, McDonough, GA, and The Book Worm Bookstore, Powder Springs, GA. Of course, you can also walk into any local book retailer and they can order you a copy if they are not already on their shelf.
Also, subscribe to my newsletters to receive updates and insights into Purgatory’s story as it prepares to come out. “A teenager arrives in Shiloh and discovers she has lost all the family she ever knew only to find her real family.”